So is the panic over? At the end of last year, stock markets around the world were looking very shaky. The FTSE 100 was down almost 17% from its...
It’s that time of year again. The Christmas tree is back in the loft, New Years Eve is just a fading memory and many of us are foolishly trying...
The Indian summer in the stock market has come to an end. Nothing but foul weather can be seen on the horizon.
Government intervention in the stock market: a way to save the economy or a bail-out programme for failing companies?
The stock markets have been propped up by a record amount of stock buybacks. That's like peeing your pants to stay warm.
For 10 years conditions have been "just right" for stock markets. Goldilocks reigned supreme. Now the bears are back.
The US mid-terms have resulted in a gridlock with a red Senate and a blue Congress. That's great news for investors.
After five or so years of eerie calm, stock markets have kicked off. Should investors sell or stay put?
After October's stock market correction, investors are pondering whether to sell, shift into defensive stocks, or do nothing.